[HOT] Questions regarding metrics from taskprojects, tasks and volunteers.

Dale Kunce dale.kunce at gmail.com
Fri Jun 5 13:47:38 UTC 2015

Can you please share with me your contacts at the Dutch Red Cross. I work
for the American Red Cross and am with the British Red Cross and MSF
leading the Missing Map efforts. I would love to walk them through how we
view this stuff from a preparedness and resilience perspective.

Thanks so much for hosting your event and hope you have many more in the


On Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 8:33 AM Milo van der Linden <milo at dogodigi.net>

> Andrew, Martin and John,
> Thank you all for the responses! I have aggregated your reactions and will
> communicate them with the Dutch Red Cross.
> I conclude that it is important a Relief organisation setting up mapping
> tasks is committed to interaction with the community, providing feedback
> and motivating volunteers. Statistics can be gathered in a lot of ways, but
> there is currently no defacto model and statistics of tasks are (currently)
> not directly aggregated from the openstreetmap changesets into the task
> manager.
> I think the main goal is to make relief organisations aware of the
> importance of their commitment. I also think it would be great if we could
> work out a model for statistics and implement this in the task manager,
> perhaps on some sort of statistics dashboard.
> Thanks again, I will pass the message!
> Kind regards,
> Milo van der Linden
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